Race Point Beach
Cape Cod National Seashore & Town Beaches
The entire Atlantic Ocean coastline of Cape Cod was preserved as a National Park (CCNS) by President John F. Kennedy in 1961.
The National Seashore Park offers several gateways to some of the most valuable real estate in America which can be accessed for no cost or only a nominal parking fee.
Herring Cove Beach between Wood End and Race Point Lighthouses has ample parking and a beach facility which includes toilets, showers and take away food for the complete ‘day at the beach.’ Herring Cove parking on the Race Point end also offers access to a bike/walking trail that goes through the most rugged dunes and offers vistas of the salt marshes surrounding Hatches Harbor.
Another jump-off point for walking or biking the dunes is the Park’s Visitor Center on Race Road, again with ample free parking and rest rooms.
And Beech Forest, further along Race Road back into town, has free parking and rest rooms, and self-guided walks to kettle ponds and bike/walking trails deep into the woods.
Maps and information for all of this are available at the CCNSP Visitors’ Center on Race Road or http://www.nps.gov/caco.
For more information about businesses listed below simply click on the business name.
Provincetown Map ~ Herring Cove Beach and Race Point Lighthouse
Provincetown Map ~ Race Point Beach, Seashore Visitor Center
On your next trip to Provincetown, Massachusetts, make it memorable. Work with video artist Sam Smiley to create a vibrant and colorful video portrait with water. You create your portrait by playing with the surface of shallow water. Your portrait is captured and edited on video and placed in a beautiful brushed aluminum picture frame. Group portraits, solo portraits family portraits, or your partner and you – or your best dog friend and you!
132 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA, 02657
617 440-5971, 617 440-5971
Boat rentals, mooring, Long Point Shuttle, sailing lessons, parties and cruises. Flyer’s has been a working boatyard for more than 66 years, with experience in repairs on vessels and their engines ranging from 80ft wooden fishing draggers to 6ft fiberglass dinghies. Hold special events on the water: sunsets, weddings, memorial services or fun parties. Boats hold from 2 to 39 passengers.
P.O. Box 561, 131A Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA, 02657
75 minute cruises four times a day, plus a sunset booze cruise every night in the beautiful picturesque setting of Provincetown harbor. The Harbor Star is a 40 foot U.S.Coast Guard Certified Passenger vessel with a capacity of 45 passengers. We depart from Macmillan Wharf, Slip # 8 starting May 10th and running until mid October. The cruises are handicapped accessible and family friendly. We welcome well behaved pets on all cruises! For reservations and departure times go to: www.provincetownstar.com
#8 MacMillan Wharf, Provincetown, MA, 02657
Kayak rentals, Stand up Paddle Board rentals and guided tours at Provincetown Harbor. Open May to September, weather permitting. Beginners welcome!
237 Commercial Street, Whaler’s Wharf, Provincetown, MA, 02657